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November 2020

Women Breaking Boundaries at Cincinnati Art Museum

November 19, 2020 @ 8:00 am - May 21, 2021 @ 5:00 pm
Cincinnati Art Museum Cincinnati, OH United States + Google Map

Annu Palakunnathu Matthew’s Portfolio 2 of An Indian from India will be on view in its entirety in “version 2.0” of the Cincinnati Art Museum’s Women Breaking Boundaries exhibition. The exhibition explores the role of women in art and art history through works from the permanent collection created by artists from the seventeenth century to today.

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December 2020

Panelist: Seeing and Being Seen: How Contemporary Artists See Themselves

December 3, 2020 @ 7:15 pm - 8:15 pm
#India #SouthAsia #Worldwar2 #WW2 #colonial #British #Britain #forgotten #history

SYMPOSIUM: RACE, ACTIVISM AND PHOTOGRAPHY The virtual forum, Race, Activism and Photography, examines recent societal injustices, systemic racism, and the continued underrepresentation in the art world through the lenses of art and activism. This three-day symposium, featuring panel-led roundtables, lectures, and artist presentations, will amplify the voices of artists, writers, and arts professionals, the majority of whom have participated in our residency program, WOODSTOCK AIR. Race, Activism and Photography will address an array of issues including the history of photography through the…

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ART AT NOON: UNSEEING EMPIRE: PHOTOGRAPHY, REPRESENTATION, SOUTH ASIAN AMERICA

December 9, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
PAFA, 118-128 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102 United States
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Free
#usimmigration #immigrant #indian #colonization

In her new book, Bakirathi Mani investigates how images of empire haunt contemporary Asian American visual cultures. Weaving close readings of fine art together with archival research and ethnographic fieldwork at museums and galleries across North America and South Asia, Mani examines how South Asian immigrants see themselves in fine art photography, and how fine art exhibitions, in turn, shape racial identities and communities. In this lecture scholar Bakirathi Mani is joined by the artist Annu Palakunnathu Matthew and Contemporary Curator Jodi Throckmorton for a discussion on Matthew’s…

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February 2021

Digital Breath: Video and Sound Art in the Age of Global Connectivity

February 6 @ 10:00 am - June 6 @ 5:00 pm
Newport Art Museum Newport, RI United States
#immigration, #minority, #anindianfromindia #USAimmigration #immigration #majority

For this timely exhibition, guest curator and multimedia artist Brian C. O’Malley brings together the work of 7 artists with fresh and diverse perspectives exploring the theme of “breath” during the era of COVID with compelling video and sound art works.

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March 2021

‘Lokame Tharavadu’ ‘ലോകമേ തറവാട്’ (The World Is One Family),

March 15 - May 31
#LokameTharavadu, #ArtInAlappuzha, #KochiBiennaleFoundation, #GovernmentofKerala, #KeralaTourism, #CoirBoard, #CultureDepartment,#KeralaLalitKalaAkademi, #MuzirisHeritageProject, #AlappuzhaHeritageProject, #KaranGroupofCompanies, #IIAKerala, #IIIDKerala

The Kochi Biennale Foundation and the Government of Kerala are happy to announce ‘Lokame Tharavadu'  'ലോകമേ തറവാട്’ (The World Is One Family), a large-scale curated contemporary art exhibition of Malayali artists from all around the world. Over 260 artists will be exhibiting a collection of their works to foreground each of their individual practices. The show will open in March 2021 and run until the end of May, spanning 6 venues in Alappuzha and Ernakulam.

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